John Carlson
John Carlson
National Marine Fisheries Service
Verified email at noaa.gov
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Extinction risk and conservation of the world’s sharks and rays
NK Dulvy, SL Fowler, JA Musick, RD Cavanagh, PM Kyne, LR Harrison, ...
elife 3, e00590, 2014
14812014
Shark nursery areas: concepts, definition, characterization and assumptions
MR Heupel, JK Carlson, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine ecology progress series 337, 287-297, 2007
7252007
Is the collapse of shark populations in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico real?
GH Burgess, LR Beerkircher, GM Cailliet, JK Carlson, E Cortés, ...
Fisheries 30 (10), 19-26, 2005
2442005
Foraging ecology of the early life stages of four sympatric shark species
DM Bethea, JA Buckel, JK Carlson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 268, 245-264, 2004
2322004
Metabolism, energetic demand, and endothermy
JK Carlson, KJ Goldman, CG Lowe
Biology of sharks and their relatives 10, 269-286, 2004
1662004
Changes in biological parameters of Atlantic sharpnose shark Rhizoprionodon terraenovae in the Gulf of Mexico: evidence for density-dependent growth and maturity?
JK Carlson, IE Baremore
Marine and Freshwater Research 54 (3), 227-234, 2003
1492003
Ghosts of the coast: global extinction risk and conservation of sawfishes
NK Dulvy, LNK Davidson, PM Kyne, CA Simpfendorfer, LR Harrison, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26 (1), 134-153, 2016
1402016
Life history and population dynamics of the finetooth shark (Carcharhinus isodon) in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico
JK Carlson, E Cortés, DM Bethea
Fishery Bulletin 101 (2), 281-292, 2003
1152003
Geographic and ontogenetic variation in the diet and daily ration of the bonnethead shark, Sphyrna tiburo, from the eastern Gulf of Mexico
DM Bethea, L Hale, JK Carlson, E Cortés, CA Manire, J Gelsleichter
Marine Biology 152 (5), 1009-1020, 2007
1102007
Habitat use and movement patterns of bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas determined using pop‐up satellite archival tags
JK Carlson, MM Ribera, CL Conrath, MR Heupel, GH Burgess
Journal of fish biology 77 (3), 661-675, 2010
1072010
Diagnosing the dangerous demography of manta rays using life history theory
NK Dulvy, SA Pardo, CA Simpfendorfer, JK Carlson
PeerJ 2, e400, 2014
1062014
Age and growth of the scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, in the north-west Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico
AN Piercy, JK Carlson, JA Sulikowski, GH Burgess
Marine and Freshwater Research 58 (1), 34-40, 2007
1032007
Age and growth of the bonnethead shark, Sphyrna tiburo, from northwest Florida, with comments on clinal variation
JK Carlson, GR Parsons
Environmental Biology of Fishes 50 (3), 331-341, 1997
991997
Critical assessment and ramifications of a purported marine trophic cascade
RD Grubbs, JK Carlson, JG Romine, TH Curtis, WD McElroy, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
962016
Catch and bycatch in the shark drift gillnet fishery off Georgia and east Florida
L Trent, DE Parshley, JK Carlson
Marine Fisheries Review 59 (1), 19-28, 1997
921997
Energetics, metabolism, and endothermy in sharks and rays
D Bernal, JK Carlson, KJ Goldman, CG Lowe
Biology of sharks and their relatives 211, 237, 2012
912012
Growth dynamics of the spinner shark (Carcharhinus brevipinna) off the United States southeast and Gulf of Mexico coasts: a comparison of methods
JK Carlson, IE Baremore
Fishery Bulletin 103 (2), 280-291, 2005
882005
The effects of hypoxia on three sympatric shark species: physiological and behavioral responses
JK Carlson, GR Parsons
Environmental Biology of Fishes 61 (4), 427-433, 2001
882001
Do differences in life history exist for blacktip sharks, Carcharhinus limbatus, from the United States South Atlantic Bight and Eastern Gulf of Mexico?
JK Carlson, JR Sulikowski, IE Baremore
Special Issue: Age and growth of chondrichthyan fishes: new methods …, 2006
872006
Half a century of global decline in oceanic sharks and rays
N Pacoureau, CL Rigby, PM Kyne, RB Sherley, H Winker, JK Carlson, ...
Nature 589 (7843), 567-571, 2021
842021
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